New Delhi: Parineeti Chopra is returning to the silver screen after two years with the upcoming film 'Meri Pyari Bindu'. The actress, who will be crooning a number for the film, says actors are singing for their films is because they want to "explore different aspects of their creative talents".
There is a growing trend of actors singing for their films and the actress says that "every actor wants to do different things."
Parineeti told IANS over phone from Mumbai: "I think it's a coincidence that a lot of the actors, who are working right now happen to be passionate singers and obviously every actor want to do different things.
"They just don't want to act but also explore different aspects of their creative talents."
The actress, who was last seen on screen in 2014 has credited everyone for being open to actor's not confining themselves to just acting.
Parineeti made her debut in Hindi cinema in 2011 film 'Ladies vs Ricky Bahl', is a trained singer. She says she was waiting to get an oppotunity to sing in a film.
"That (singing) was something which was waiting to happen. Everyone around me knew that I sang. I am a trained singer...Directors and music directors would say 'you should sing' but it just never happened and then finally this film happened...It was something that was waiting to happen I think," said the 27-year-old actress.
The announcement of the Parineeti's next film was done with a video on Yash Raj Films' official Twitter handle. It showed the actress singing a song from the upcoming project.
Parineeti will also lend her vocals to a song 'Maana ki hum yaar nahin...' in the film is by composer duo Sachin-Jigar.